I got some great stuff in the mail today. I got a Pedigree Dentastix for my dog, Maxine, I got a Schick hyrdo razor, my coupon for the free box of Honey Bunches of Oats, my special WV tomato seeds, and 4 free flavors of Duncan Hines frosting creations, see the photo at the bottom.
Not sure if they still have them or not but here is where I got my tomato seeds. Technically it doesn't say you have to live in WV to get the seeds. I plan to save some seeds out of the tomatoes I harvest and always plant some. A limited supply of seeds for the West Virginia 63, a blight-resistant tomato developed at West Virginia University, will be available for home gardeners beginning March 4.As WVU celebrates the tomato’s 50th birthday, and as West Virginia celebrates its 150th birthday, Gallegly and WVU colleagues have harvested a supply of seeds to let Mountaineer fans grow a piece of history in their own yards and patios.
To claim a packet of seeds, simply send a self-addressed, stamped envelope to: WV-63 Tomato, PO Box 6108, WVU Extension Agriculture and Natural Resources Unit, Morgantown, WV 26506-6108.
Seeds will be mailed out beginning March 4, with a limit of one packet per household, while supplies last. Seeds can also be requested through local WVU Extension offices.
Gallegly, who will be 90 this year, targeted tomato blight almost as soon as he began his work at WVU in 1949. It’s the same disease that caused the Irish potato crop to fail in the 19th century, and triggered a famine and mass migration. You can find Gallegly’s story in the winter issue of the WVU Magazine, which includes a video that details his career at WVU, which brought West Virginia and the world an indestructible tomato.
Free print copy of The Glory Of Heaven- haven't read it so I can't say anything about it. This is good until March 24th.
Sample of Flexitol Heel Foot Balm click the request sample sachet link